Resources

Kindergarten to Year 6 PDHPE sample units and assessments support delivery and assessment of physical education as part of PDHPE.

Year 7 to Year 10 PDHPE sample units and assessments support delivery and assessment of physical education as part of PDHPE.

Fundamental movement skills in action (DOCX 5.77MB) is designed to support K-6 teachers to explicitly teach the 12 fundamental movement skills. The easy to print teaching cards include a warm up activity, ideas on how to teach the skill components and activities to practise the skill.

Fundamental movement skills planning guide (PDF 36KB) outlines when each fundamental movement skill should be introduced, consolidated and mastered for students.

Get skilled: get active booklet (PDF 4359KB) and videos identify proficiency in the fundamental movement skills and demonstrate and guide how to deliver them through PDHPE.

Playing for life resources include the activity cards containing a variety of games designed to develop the skills of a range of physical activities. Cards can be filtered and searched based on the Stage of learning, the movement skill in focus or the category of game.

NSW PDHPE Curriculum Pinterest boards are used to curate and relevant resources to support various aspects of physical education, including using game concepts approaches, primary PDHPE, secondary PDHPE, strategies for physically active schools and physical literacy development.

The checklist for effective PDHPE programming, teaching and evaluating (PDF 129KB) encourages you to reflect on your teaching beliefs and practices.

The Lesson observation tool (PDF 65KB) and Physical education teacher observation guide (PDF 65KB) can be used to observe and reflect on your own lessons or the lessons of colleagues to enhance practice. Use these tools to guide pre- and post-observation conversations as part of your Professional Development Plan or to collect evidence for your accreditation.

More resources can be found within the physical literacy section of the website.

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